linuxmoose.wordpress: Sabayon, despite being in the top ten on Distrowatch, isn’t as publicized as other popular distributions. Xfce is my desktop of choice, so I thought that I would review the Xfce version of Sabayon 5.5, the newest edition.
dasublogbyprashanth.blogspot: Upon the advice of a commenter in one of my previous posts, I am reviewing Pinguy OS 11.04 Mini today. That commenter asked that I test Pinguy OS 11.04, and mentioned the existence of a Mini edition, so I became intrigued.
blogs.kde.org: I got a HP Pavilion g6 for my birthday -- this must be the first time I have a personal laptop, all my previous ones having been bought by KDAB (or by IBM as KDE sponsoring, for the very first one).
#10. "This shirt will be blurred out in a photo someday."
#9. "It's never going away. Can you relax now?"
mrpogson.com: One of the gripes that Linux-haters trumpet is that one needs to use typed commands and text files to do some things on the system. Well, M$ has done such a fine job of convincing IT people that a GUI is the way to go that folks in small businesses are having a devil of a time putting their thousands of e-mail addresses into M$’s cloud solution.
cristalinux.blogspot: Released less than a month ago, BACKTRACK 5 is an up to date version of this impressive specialist distro. Aimed at security experts (but just as good is you an enthusiast getting into it), Revolution lives up to its name and introduces a few cool new features.
techrepublic.com: The Linux community has traditionally held certain beliefs, such as opposition to DRM and an insistence on free software. Jack Wallen suggests the time has come to reevaluate and possibly revolutionize some of the traditional thinking.
linuxbsdos.com: Linux Mint 11 is the latest release of Linux Mint, a desktop distribution based on Ubuntu Desktop. This is different from Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE), a version of Linux Mint based on Debian.
desktoplinuxreviews.com: There’s been quite a lot of talk about “the cloud” lately so what better time to do a review of one of the best cloud-oriented desktop Linux distributions?
theinquirer.net: MAGEIA, the plucky fork of the Red Hat based French and Brazilian Linux distribution Mandriva, was released on 1 June.